Citation Edit

Office of Management and Budget, The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture (May 2, 2012) (full-text).

Overview Edit

This document provides guidance for a common approach to the practice of Enterprise Architecture (EA) throughout the Executive Branch of the U.S. Federal Government. Federal law and policy require Agency Heads to develop and maintain an agency-wide enterprise architecture that integrates strategic drivers, business requirements, and technology solutions. The document promotes increased levels of mission effectiveness by standardizing the development and use of architectures within and between Federal Agencies. This includes principles for using EA to help agencies eliminate waste and duplication, increase shared services, close performance gaps, and promote engagement among government, industry, and citizens.

The target audience for this document is Federal Government employees who plan, approve, and execute Agency programs, and those in industry who support those activities.

This document replaces A Practical Guide to Federal Enterprise Architecture(Feb. 2001).

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